Hopes the Jets had of getting back something for Tim Tebow seemed to take a hit today if you listen to new Jacksonville general manager Dave Caldwell.
"I can't imagine a scenario where he would be a Jacksonville Jaguar -- even if he's released," Caldwell said Thursday at his introductory news conference.
That could mean Tebow will end up with Jim Popp's Montreal Alouettes who own Tebow's CFL rights.
Jacksonville was the other team that was interested in Tebow when the Broncos put him on the trade block last year. If he couldn't find anybody else who was interested when his stock was at an all-time high following a division title and a Playoff win, he might not get a chance in the NFL next year. That isn't the fault of Rex Ryan or the Jets. Teams frequently target players who do not get much playing time. Tebow just doesn't seem to be highly regarded in NFL circles.